I've been with Q97.9 since we signed on back in 1996, and it has been an amazing ride. I still love doing what I do every day. I'm a geek of all sorts. Comic books, sci-fi, technology, video games, and most of all, pinball. I play competitively and have participated in the largest pinball tournament in the world. I've got an amazing son who didn't fall far from the tree. If we're playing pinball, video games or watching Star Wars together, it's a good day. You can catch me in the mornings during the week on the Q Morning Show.
Two Maine TV Stations Will Start Airing the National Anthem Daily
A tradition that ended over 30 years ago on broadcast television is returning to two Maine TV stations.
New Maine Law Requires Drivers to Yield to City Buses
A new bill signed into law by Governor Mills requires drivers to yield to public transportation buses.
Most Mainers Won’t See James Holzhauer on Jeopardy! Tonight
As popular as James winning streak is right now, there's something even more popular.
Portland’s Dock Fore Owner Uses Kentucky Oaks Outfit To Find Kidney
Shaun McCarthy's attempt to find a kidney at the Kentucky Oakes has gone viral.
Can NECCO Be Saved By a Former CEO and a GoFundMe?
A former NECCO CEO is willing to by the company, but there's a catch.
Surveillance Photos of Auburn Dunkin’ Donuts Armed Robber Released
Could this be the same man who committed a string of armed robberies across Maine?
New Bowling and Amusement Center Opening at Maine Mall
Round 1 is moving into the former location of Sports Authority at the Maine Mall.
Maine Town Sets World Record for Largest Ice Carousel
People in Sinclair Maine have created what appears to be the largest rotating ice carousel in the world.
As We All Wait For Spring a Boy From Naples Writes Why He Loves Winter
It's officially spring and many Mainers are so ready for warm weather and no snow. Don't tell that to 8-year-old Parker London of Naples.
Maine Driver Spins Tires in Front of Police Thinking It Was Legal
A truck owner in Oakland, Maine learned the hard way not to believe everything you read on the Internet.